Nov 16, 2017
Everything doesn't always add up when you're evaluating a
patient with a complex array of symptoms. Or maybe it does. Dr.
LaFaver (University of Louisville) walks us through this week's
Teaching through Clinical Cases.
Produced by James E. Siegler & Kathrin LaFaver. Music by Lee
Rosevere, Montplaisir, and Coldnoise. Voiceover by Erika Mejia.
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Ahlskog JE. Functional movement disorders: successful treatment
with a physical therapy rehabilitation protocol. Parkinsonism
& related disorders. 2012;18:247-51.
- Edwards MJ, Stone J and Lang AE. From psychogenic movement
disorder to functional movement disorder: it's time to change the
name. Movement disorders : official journal of the Movement
Disorder Society. 2014;29:849-52.
- Gelauff J, Stone J, Edwards M and Carson A. The prognosis of
functional (psychogenic) motor symptoms: a systematic review.
Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry.
- Stone J. Functional neurological disorders: the neurological
assessment as treatment. Pract Neurol. 2016;16:7-17.
Drs. LaFaver and Siegler would like to thank Jason Lindsley for
sharing his story on the BrainWaves podcast.